Items here range from papers to presentations that I've given based on topics that have tickled my interest.

CSPAN Panel | The World is Always Coming to an End

A panel discussion with Carlo Rotella, Natalie Moore, and Deborah Moore about the social issues of a changing urban landscape.

“Carlo Rotella, professor of English at Boston College, took part in a panel discussion on his book, The World Is Always Coming to an End: Pulling Together and Apart in a Chicago Neighborhood. They talked about the transformation of Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood, where the author grew up, since the 1970s.” -CSPAN TV

 

Book Mentions | The World is Always Coming to an End

The World is Always Coming to an End.

Book about an always declining and emerging south side neighborhood.

Voyage Chicago | Chicago’s Most Inspiring Stories

Interview about the MoonRose Agency with Voyage Chicago.

PechaKucha | City of Big Data

PechaKucha Night Chicago partners with the Chicago Architecture Foundation to bring you our first special event of 2014.

‘Big Data’ refers to the volume, velocity, and variety of the digital information we generate today. From information collected by urban sensors to Tweets, never before have cities generated so much data. Data is a 21st century design material. It has the power to transform how we plan, design, and build cities. Good data can help designers and citizens identify patterns and trends that affect the health and happiness of a city and the people who live there.

In Partnership with Architecture Is Fun and Visualized Concepts, sponsored in part by Goose Island Beer Company.

 

UChicago Innovation Exchange

Becoming one of the founding members of the University of Chicago’s Polsky Center for Innovation Exchange.

Chicago Tribune | Development and Southside Food Deserts

An article about increasing food access to south side Chicago neighborhoods from the Chicago Tribune.